Possible specifications of Microsoft’s $400 Surface tablet


Possible specifications of Microsoft’s $400 Surface tablet

Possible specifications of Microsoft’s $400 Surface tablet

Received approval of the low-cost Microsoft tablet from the FCC was one of the exciting news last week for those interested in these small computers. One of the main criticisms of users and the media against Microsoft was the expensiveness of the Surface series tablets. Although the quality of construction and the facilities provided to users by having these tablets justified this price to some extent, the presence of cheaper competitors is always considered a serious threat to Microsoft and the tablets of this company. and for this reason, a cheap $400 tablet from the same family can bring a part of interested users into the Microsoft ecosystem. Especially since these tablets will also use the Windows 10 operating system, which provides the possibility of creating content in the best way. Yesterday, information about the key hardware specifications of this tablet was also published. Some of its hardware specifications have been discussed. It was previously revealed that this device has a 10-inch screen and uses a USB 3.0 port and weighs almost 20% less. However, WinFuture information shows that the main difference between these tablets and the Surface Pro models is their processor. While the Surface Pro 2017 used Intel i7 and i5 series processors in higher configurations, the new tablet in its weaker version (base model) will have Intel Pentium Silver processors from the N5000 series and will be a more expensive model. It is also available to users with the Intel Pentium Gold processor of the 4410Y or 4415Y series. Microsoft has not yet provided clear information about these tablets to the media, but according to receiving the FCC approval, it seems that we are in the final stages of production and product release to the market.

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